The Casa Taller Foundation –with headquarters at the City of Knowledge- and the City of Knowledge Center for Educational Development, in partnership with the Central University of Chile, conduct a program to update teachers by International Courses of Specialization on different educational fields. On Monday, January 25, they initiated the 3rd International Specialization Course: "A challenging educational care for children aged 0 to 4 years", at the City of Knowledge Holiday Inn.
From June 1 to 4, the City of Knowledge Foundation and the Casa Taller Foundation held the activity "Sunset Tales", at La Plaza City of Knowledge.
Casa Taller Foundation –based at the City of Knowledge-, with the help of the Catholic University of Chile and the City of Knowledge Foundation, held in recent days a specialization course in Early Childhood Education "Transitions between Early and Primary Education", a creative workshop entitled "The tale in early childhood", and the show "Giving birth: The adventure of thought", as part of a cultural summer program at CDS campus.
From March 25 to 27, 2014, the City of Knowledge will host the First Workshop Seminar of the Regional Program for Education and Gender Equity, led by The Resource Foundation -www.resourcefnd.org- (TRF), a U.S. institution that works in Latin America with low-income communities by partnerships with the private sector and NGOs.
From January 15 to 18, at SENACYT White hall, the Casa Taller Foundation, based at the City of Knowledge, and the Central University of Chile, held the International Specialization Course “Fundamentals and Development of Advanced Education Programs in Early Childhood”.
The City of Knowledge Convention Center held, in recent days, the conference "Thought, history and culture in early childhood education" by the Dean of the Faculty of Educational Sciences and the Director of the International Institute for Children (IIDEI), both from the Central University of Chile.
In recent days the Iklesi Sörani project, an initiative of The Resource Foundation, developed in Panama by Casa Taller Foundation and extensible to other 8 Latin American countries, was presented with the aim of promoting an education based on science, reading and gender equity.
This year 620 people of five districts around the Las Perlas Archipelago held their cultural summer program with an important component of community participation. This was the sixth version of the Cultural Program de Sol a Sol that the Casa Taller Foundation, located at the City of Knowledge, has been conducting since 2005 in communities of Darien and Panama, as part of different projects under their responsibility.